Towns, Villages & Caravan Parks For Holidays in North Wales

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Holidays on Anglesey in North Wales

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Anglesey in North Wales As the largest island in Wales, Anglesey has so much to offer holidaymakers, the majority of the island's unspoiled coastline has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), there are beautiful and varied landscapes which are peppered with coastal and inland villages along with Anglesey's popular 5 towns.

The island is blessed with plenty of things to see and do, it's certainly a walkers and cyclists paradise with a wealth of tracks and trails of varying lengths that span the island, there's a bountiful supply of superb sandy beaches, along with renowned visitor attractions like Beaumaris Castle, South Stack Lighthouse, and The Copper Kingdom. The Isle of Anglesey is also a place where (if you wish) you can indulge in some serious solitude.

Cosying up to Anglesey and joined by the 'Cob Causeway' is Holy Island, here you'll find the town of Holyhead which has the busiest ferry port in Wales, from where Irish Ferries and Stena Line operate several daily ferry crossings to Ireland. Also to be found on Holy Island are the villages of Trearddur Bay with the largest beach on Holy Island, along with Rhoscolyn, a quiet escape, set in a glorious landscape with the added bonus of having a year-round dog-friendly beach - Paw-fect!

Anglesey Destinations

Aberffraw

Amlwch

Beaumaris

Benllech

Bryngwran

Brynsiencyn

Cemaes Bay

Cerrigceinwen

Church Bay

Dwyran

Holyhead

Llanbedrgoch

Llanddona

Llandegfan

Llaneilian

Llanfachraeth

Llanfaethlu

Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

Llanfechell

Llangaffo

Llangefni

Llannerch-y-medd

Malltraeth

Menai Bridge

Moelfre

Newborough

Penmon

Pentraeth

Pentre Berw

Penysarn

Rhoscolyn

Rhosneigr

Trearddur Bay

Valley

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Holidays in Conwy in North Wales

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Conwy in North WalesThe county of Conwy which encompasses Conwy Valley along with a chunk of Snowdonia National Park offers holidaymakers a wealth of things to see and do, making it a very popular region of Wales for families with children, couples, and solo travellers.

The county is bursting with stunning nature and wildlife areas along with beguiling beauty spots like Swallow Falls which is one of the most popular natural attractions in Wales, and the breathtakingly beautiful Fairy Glen.

In addition to its famous landmarks like the Great Orme and mighty Conwy Castle, Conwy is home to many very popular holiday hotspots like 'The Queen of the Welsh Resorts' - Llandudno, the ever-popular seaside resort of Towyn, the picture postcard Snowdonia village of Betws-y-Coed, Colwyn Bay with its beautiful sandy beach, and of course, the county's crowning glory, Conwy Town.

Conwy Destinations

Abbeyford Holiday Park

Abergele & Pensarn

Betws yn Rhos

Betws-y-Coed

Browns Holiday Park

Bryn Morfa Holiday Park

Colwyn Bay

Conwy Town

Craiglwyd Hall Caravan Park

Deganwy

Dolwyddelan

Edwards Leisure Park

Golden Gate Holiday Centre

Happy Days Caravan Park

Kerfoots Caravan Park

Kinmel Bay

Llandudno

Llanfairfechan

Llannefydd

Llanrwst

Lyons Winkups Holiday Park

Millers Cottage Caravan Park

Old Colwyn

Owens Caravan Park

Palins Holiday Park

Penmachno

Penmaenmawr

Penrhyn Hall Caravan Park

Rhos-on-Sea

Seashells Caravan Park

The Beach Caravan Park

Towyn

Trefriw

Ty Mawr Holiday Park

Whitehouse Leisure Park

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Holidays in Denbighshire in North Wales

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Denbighshire in North WalesDenbighshire including the Dee Valley is so scenic, you'll plenty on offer to do, whether you choose to take your holiday by the coast or stay further inland.

Coastal Denbighshire offers mile upon mile of golden sandy beaches at popular seaside resorts like Rhyl and Prestatyn. Inland Denbighshire offers a picturesque landscape and places like Loggerheads Country Park, Rhuddlan Nature Reserve, the Clwydian Range and the Dee Valley to explore.

Lying at the Southern gateway into the county is the picturesque town of Llangollen which has the magnificent meandering River Dee running through it, here you can enjoy white water rafting and tubing on the river, it also offers excellent fishing, in addition, from the town you can take a steam train journey off into the Dee Valley and even enjoy a horse-drawn canal boat trip.

Denbighshire Destinations

Bodfari

Corwen

Denbigh

Dyserth

Glyndyfrdwy

Golden Sands Holiday Park

Lido Beach Holiday Park

Llandrillo

Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd

Llangollen

Lyons Robin Hood

Marine Holiday Park

Meliden

Oakfield Caravan Park

Prestatyn

Presthaven Sands Holiday Park

Rhyl

Ruthin

Sun Valley Caravan Park

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Holidays in Flintshire in North Wales

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Flintshire in North WalesFlintshire is the Gateway into North Wales, as with neighbouring Denbighshire, the county benefits from a coastal region and a beautiful varied inland landscape.

History buffs can immerse themselves in the counties castles and historical sites which include Basingwerk Abbey, Caergwrle Castle, Ewloe Castle, and Flint Castle. Flintshire has some fantastic traditional Welsh market towns, one of which is Holywell, this popular town attracts visitors far and wide to visit St Winefride's Well (aka the "Lourdes of Wales"), a 16th-century chapel and a holy well that is believed to have healing water, this place of pilgrimage is listed as one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales'.

The county also has its fair share of delightful villages, one of which stands head and shoulders above the rest (quite literally), the village of Halkyn, it is to be found in the heart of Flintshire 850 feet up the Halkyn Mountain, from the village there are killer views that span approximately seventy miles.

Flintshire Destinations

Caerwys

Gwaenysgor

Halkyn

Holywell

Mold

Nercwys

Point of Ayr Holiday Park

Rhydtalog

Whitford

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Holidays in Gwynedd in North Wales

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Gwynedd in North WalesThe county of Gwynedd has to be the jewel in the crown for North Wales, its vast a varied terrain is home to Wales' largest National Park, Snowdonia, whilst its Western coastal arm forms part of Wales' largest bay, Cardigan Bay

Gwynedd is a mecca for the outdoor activity enthusiast, it has oodles of adrenaline-pumped activities to keep the most self-respecting adrenaline junkie happy for days. Set in the heart of both Gwynedd and Snowdonia is the former slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, once renowned as 'the town that roofed the world', today's Blaenau Ffestiniog (although still fiercely proud of its history) is reinventing itself at a rate of knots as a major player for outdoor activities.

If you are looking for a holiday destination in a beautiful setting with plenty to do on your holiday home doorstep, you can't really go wrong in Gwynedd, especially with destinations like Bala, Beddgelert, and Llanberis to choose from, and for coastal fun there are gems like Aberdovey, Barmouth, and Fairbourne, to name but a few.

Gwynedd Destinations

Aberdovey

Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park

Arthog

Bala

Bangor

Barmouth

Barmouth Bay Holiday Park

Beddgelert

Blaenau Ffestiniog

Caernarfon

Dinlle Caravan Park

Dolgellau

Dyffryn Ardudwy

Fairbourne

Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park

Harlech

Hendre Coed Isaf Holiday Park

Llanbedr

Llanberis

Llanrug

Llanuwchllyn

Llŷn Peninsula

Llwyngwril

Maentwrog

Morfa Lodge Holiday Park

Ogwen Bank Holiday Park

Pentir

Sunnysands Caravan Park

Talsarnau

Tanygrisiau

Trawsfynydd

Tywyn

White Tower Holiday Park

Woodlands Holiday Park

Y Felinheli

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Holidays on The Llŷn Peninsula in North Wales

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Llŷn Peninsula in North WalesThe Llŷn Peninsula is part of Gwynedd, as you look at a map of Wales it's the crooked finger pointing out into the Irish Sea. But this crooked finger is one of Wales' five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), it is blessed with stunning laidback beaches and pretty bays, along with captivating towns and villages that you will want to return to (as many people do) year after year.

When holidaying on the Llŷn you will find you are never too far away from the sea where you can enjoy a whole host of water-based sports and activities, particularly along the South coast which forms part of Cardigan Bay. The peninsula, as a whole, is an unspoiled beauty, which has large and varied swathes that lend themselves perfectly to those who enjoy walking and cycling.

The Llŷn Peninsula is blessed with many popular holiday destinations like Porthmadog - a bustling harbour town that is the home of the famed Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways, Criccieth - a coastal town set at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, Pwllheli - a bustling coastal town which has one of the finest marinas to be found on the West coast of Britain.

Llŷn Peninsula Destinations

Aberdaron

Abersoch

Botwnnog

Chwilog

Clynnog-fawr

Criccieth

Greenacres Holiday Park

Hafan y Môr Holiday Park

Llanbedrog

Llangwnadl

Llangybi

Morfa Bychan

Morfa Nefyn

Mynytho

Nefyn

Pen Y Berth Caravan Park

Porthmadog

Pwllheli

Sarn Meyllteyrn

Tudweiliog

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Holidays in Wrexham in North Wales

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Wrexham in North WalesWrexham is a fairly small inland county bordering England, it is home to a number of charming towns and villages set amidst rolling Welsh countryside. The county, with its diverse landscapes, is renowned for its excellent walking and cycling, particularly at Alyn Waters Country Park which is set in the picturesque Alyn Valley.

The county of Wrexham is fortunate enough to have three of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales', the first is set in the lower Dee Valley is the small village of Overton-on-Dee, here in St Mary’s Churchyard is its famed twenty-one yew trees. The second is to be found in the village of Gresford, where the bells of All Saints' Church made the list for their purity of tone. The third Wonder of Wales is located in the town of Wrexham where St Giles' Church hit the list due to its Steeple, which is, in fact, a tower.

Wrexham Destinations

Chirk

Holt

Overton-on-Dee

Rossett

Wrexham Town

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Inspiring Ideas For Your Next Holiday in North Wales

Planning a holiday to North Wales or Snowdonia National Park? Why not grab yourself a pocket full of ideas on things to do, activities, days out, and visitor attractions with our North Wales holiday inspiration section.